Post by Ismail AbdulAzeez on Dec 13, 2018 15:50:57 GMT 1
Cow horns are used in the preparation of medicines, button, Spoon and Fork, Jewelries, belt buckle and many other products which makes the product an asset in the export industry.
The bulk of cattle horn market is located in the jewellery industry.
A horn is a pointed projection of skin on the head of various animals consisting of a covering of keratin and other proteins surrounding a core of live bone.
Examples of animals with true horns include cattles, antelopes, buffalo, and goats.
Based on colour, there are two types of cattle horn, white and black.
Nigerian agriculture is characterized by considerable diversity.
Cattles are basically reared for meat and milk, but it is interesting to note that other products like skin and horns are also got from cattles.
Horn is gotten from slaughtered cattles.
More than 5,000 cattles are slaughtered at the various abattoirs in the country on a daily basis and a lot of horns are generated in the process.
Investors can take advantage of this investment opportunity by purchasing the product from abattoirs, package them well and export same to different countries.
There is a large, expanding and sustainable international market for cattle horns, many finished products especially jewellery are made from the product.
It is amazing how much income can be generated out of cattle horns export.
Cattle horns import is rapidly increasing in many foreign nations across the world, in order to meet the growing demands of the end products made from the horns.
Cow horns can also be combined with brass and the beauty of the horn jewelry is that it is durable, unique, and attractive, is not fragile and can be custom designed.
Meanwhile, the startup capital required for cattle horn export is affordable. You can visit an abattoir and make arrangement for bulk supply of the horns generated daily at cheap rate.
The return on investment on the export of cattle horn is estimated between 30%- 40%.